The Barney School of Business offers many business education options: six undergraduate degree programs, four graduate degree programs, seven post graduate certificate programs, and nine undergraduate minor programs that are open to both Barney and non-Barney undergraduate students.
The global nature of business, together with the rapid pace of change in today’s world, necessitates the broad understanding that a liberal arts foundation brings. Coupled with knowledge of business concepts and tasks, Barney students are required to take 50 percent of their total degree credits outside of business. They also take a common core of business courses, including accounting, economics, information technology, insurance, finance, management, marketing, and quantitative methods, and then develop a major in one area of specialization. Each major has a designated capstone course and a senior-level applied project to integrate the educational experiences of that major. Barney students may also pursue a minor in a second area of specialization by taking four additional courses in that area.
The Barney School is accredited by AACSB International- the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As a member of the select group that is approximately 5% of Business Schools internationally, the school is committed to providing high-quality business education.